Rachel will help you start your rehabilitation as quickly as possible after your surgery to reduce your pain, restore your mobility, and help you heal properly.
A vital part of recovering after a surgery is physical therapy. It can help you heal faster and improve your flexibility and range of motion. It can also minimize the development of scar tissue and can help you manage your pain levels without excessive use of prescription medications.
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Recovery
There are a number of tendons, ligaments, and muscles that make up the knee joint. Knee injuries often require surgical intervention. Arthroscopic knee surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that can diagnose and treat problems in the knee joint.
If you have had arthroscopic knee surgery, Rachel will work you to reduce pain, decrease swelling, increase your strength, restore your flexibility, and help you return to your normal activities.
There are a number of therapies that can be used such as exercise therapy. Rachel’s specific approach to personal training will allow you to improve your muscle strength, muscle endurance, stamina, flexibility, and balance, while preventing risk of injury.
ACL Surgery Recovery
Although most people go home the same day as their surgery, recovery from an ACL surgery is not a quick process. From the time you undergo your surgery through full recovery and rehabilitation, the process can take a number of months.
Starting your rehabilitation as quickly as possible is important for reducing your pain and for restoring mobility to the knee. At Press on Performance, Rachel will take great care to make sure that your therapy does not interfere with your knee healing properly.
The first goal is to reduce your pain. You will be wearing a knee brace after surgery so that your knee cannot move. In therapy, the brace will be carefully removed and compression therapy is typically applied to reduce swelling caused by the surgery.
The buildup of scar tissue is a common issue with ACL surgery. However, with special exercise therapy, Rachel will work with you to restore your normal knee mobility.
Back Surgery Recovery
If you have sustained a back injury and have had surgery to repair it, it’s important to have a therapy plan in place. It is proven that a person who undergoes therapy after back surgery will have a faster and longer lasting recovery than those who do not.
No matter what type of back surgery you have undergone, you need to be actively committed to a therapy program. Pain management is a primary concern after surgery. Pain in your back typically means that there is swelling because it is causing a nerve to compress. The faster you begin your therapy, the faster the swelling and thus your pain will subside.
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